Is a dam a female horse?

A horse’s female parent is known as its dam. An uncastrated adult male horse is called a stallion and a castrated male is a gelding. How many times can a horse mate in a day? How many times can a horse mate in a day? At a farm, stallions can get an erection up to …

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Frequent question: How can I improve my horse ground manners?

How do you fix bad horse behavior? To correct a horse that tends to lag behind when being led, you’ll need a rope halter and lunge whip. Simply practice leading the horse; if the horse is resisting pressure to the lead rope, use your lunge whip to encourage them to respond to the pressure correctly …

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Can you ride a horse without reins?

A horse trained on leg cues and weight distribution in the saddle can perform several moves without the use of reins. Western pleasure, English riding and trail riding as well as rodeo performances attain fluidity when the rider and horse are synchronized and move as one. Can you just ride a horse on the road? …

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How Much is My Little Pony worth?

The rarest pony that was sold in stores is well known to be Mimic the twinkle eye Unicorn. It’s not really known why, but Mimic had a really small production run. Because of the small run she has become one of the most sought after ponies around. If you want one expect to pay as …

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Question: Can chickens eat horse treats?

Is horse food good for chickens? Songster. Yes! Chickens can eat horse feed —- from either end of the horse! Is chicken poop bad for horses? Sanitation issues from chicken droppings can pose health problems for horses such as infection from Salmonella, botulism, candidiasis and histoplasmosis (fungal infections) and even streptococcus. … But horses are …

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What do Sarcoids look like on horses?

Some sarcoids may look like smooth, nodular skin lumps, especially in the early stages, while others are irregular and roughened form the start. The lumps frequently become larger, irregular in shape and cauliflower-like in appearance. How do you get rid of sarcoids in horses? Sarcoids, the most common skin tumor of horses, are believed to …

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Frequent question: When is a horse with strangles contagious?

Horses who have had strangles may be contagious to other horses for a minimum of 3 weeks after all signs have resolved. Some horses are contagious for much longer (months). How long should you quarantine a horse with strangles? Asymptomatic long-term carriers have been identified that do not show any clinical signs but can spread …

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Best answer: How can I make my horse dry faster?

To dry your horse quickly, rub him briskly with a dry towel. Leave the wet hair standing up, rather than slicking it down, to encourage quick drying. If you have a cooler, use it. The cooler will help wick away moisture and prevent your horse from getting chilled. How long does it take horses to …

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Where are horses usually branded?

Horses are commonly branded on the left or right jaw, shoulder, thigh or butt (beside the tail). What parts of the body are horses usually branded? Brands: A hot or cold (freeze mark) brand may be found on various areas but is most commonly found on the hip or neck. Some brands are for breed …

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Your question: Who trains the Queen’s Horses?

Nicky Henderson OBE trains the majority of Her Majesty’s jumps horses. Mr Henderson was recently appointed as a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order – a personal gift from the monarch in appreciation of his service. The most successful of The Queen’s horses in 2020 was Tactical who amassed £59,169 in prize money. Who trains …

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